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Delorme

[duh-lawrm]
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noun
  1. Phi·li·bert [fee-lee-ber] /fi liˈbɛr/, 1515?–70, French architect.
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Examples from the Web for delorme

Historical Examples

  • As for Delorme, it is the first time he has had to deal with such a big crime.

    Woman on Her Own, False Gods & The Red Robe

    Eugne Brieux

  • "She is a—a Miss Delorme, I believe; a sitter of mine," he managed to say at last.

    The Mystery of Evelin Delorme

    Albert Bigelow Paine

  • For the Delorme is moved to tears, and Georges Scudry to censure, so shocked are his religious scruples and his poetic taste!

  • Yes, sir; he married Delorme's daughter, la belle Pauline they used to call her at Brussels.

    That Boy Of Norcott's

    Charles James Lever

  • Demanding food from an orderly he received it, and when he had eaten it he asked for Surgeon Delorme.

    The Forest of Swords

    Joseph A. Altsheler


British Dictionary definitions for delorme

Delorme

de l'Orme

noun
  1. Philibert (filibɛr). ?1510–70, French Renaissance architect of the Tuileries, Paris
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